Want to get involved with St Basils this year? Here's what we've got coming up in 2017!
If you want a chance to help local young people by raising money for our Solihull Services, this is the event for you! If you’ve never done a SleepOut before this is a great place to start, taking place in a covered car park so there’s some protection from the elements - as well as giving you the chance to take part in our prestigious (and very competitive!) Creative Cardboard Competition.
We’d love you to join us on the 10th March – you can sign up and get more info at http://www.stbasils.org.uk/solihullsleepout
If you run a café or restaurant in the West Midlands, this soup-er challenge is a great and easy way to help your local community! You simply need to add Tomato & Basil soup to your menu for the week, then donate the proceeds/part of the proceeds to St Basils, and we’ll spend the money helping vulnerable young people in your area.
You can find more info on how to get involved at http://www.stbasils.org.uk/souperchallenge
It might not be a Midsummer Night’s Dream, but our Shakespeare SleepOut will help support our new services in Stratford-upon-Avon and Warwickshire! Hosted by Shakespeare's school, King Edward VI School, this SleepOut will be a great chance for individuals, community groups and families to come together to raise money to prevent youth homelessness. The event will, of course, feature the esteemed Creative Cardboard Competition, giving you a chance to get creative in building your dwelling for the night.
For more info & registration at www.stbasils.org.uk/shakespearesleepout
St Basils walk is back for the 18th year, and it’s set to be a great one. This year’s route begins in Cirencester, running through the villages of the South Cotswolds countryside – with checkpoints en route based at some fantastic pubs! With three routes to choose from (7, 14 and 25 miles), there’s a challenge for everyone and the chance to raise money for young people across the West Midlands.
We’d love you to join us for a day of great views and great company - all for a great cause. You can get more info and register at http://www.stbasils.org.uk/walk